Women’s Health Check Card

A comprehensive medical card designed specifically for women, and it comprises various medical tests and analyses necessary to ensure a healthy body:

Procedures included in the Health Check Card for women between 20 to 40 years old:

  • A complete blood count (CBC):

Complete blood test to detect and diagnose blood diseases and tumors.

  • CRP:

A blood test to check inflammation in the body in general.

  • Examining kidneys functions:

By Urinalysis: A urine sample is collected and test to examine kidney function, to check the possibility of urinary tract infections, diabetes, or any other kidney disease.

Blood analysis: Examining the proportion of creatinine, carbamide, and blood free radicals that help diagnose kidney function.

  • Liver function tests:

A blood test to measure the performance of the liver and liver enzymes, Xanthemia and others.

  • Thyroid Function Tests:

A blood test to detect any thyroid disease. TSH test.

  • Diabetes test:

A blood test to measure the amount of glucose in the blood. This test is used to diagnose and monitor diabetes.

  • The hemoglobin test:

used to read blood glucose levels during the six months preceding the test.

  • Fat Levels Test:

a blood sample is taken to test the percentage of blood lipids, cholesterol and Triglyceride.

  • Fecal occult blood (FOB):

checks for blood in the feces that may not be visibly apparent, to detect any possibility of gastrointestinal bleeding (ulcers, tumors). The sooner the disease is detected, the more effective the treatment is.

  • Calcium Test:

to ensure the sufficient levels of calcium in the body necessary for bone health and all associated functions.

  • X-ray of the chest:

to ensure the health of the chest area and its components.

  • Medical Counseling, with diagnosis and echo.

The procedures included in the Health Check Card for women aged 40 and above covers all previous tests in addition to:

  • Mammography Screening and Ultrasound:

Mammography detects tumors and helps to diagnose them, whether benign or malignant. We recommend mammography to women aged 40 to 49, every two years, and once a year for women over 50. It can also be performed for women under 40 if they come from a family with medical history of breast cancer, or if there are any signs during the clinical examination.

  • ECG:

an advanced examination to check the electrical activity of the heart for various heart diseases.

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